16. Servant Leadership and the Power of “I See You.”

In episode 16 of Small Town Big Stories Jill interviews Christine Rogers who shares how the dreams she wrote in a journal as a young woman came true through her role as a servant leader and her involvement with the World Vision Organization. Show Notes: You can visit the Warrensburg Team World Vision Facebook page … More 16. Servant Leadership and the Power of “I See You.”

14. The Crime of Human Trafficking, with Emily Russell

If you are being trafficked, and/or if you think you know someone who is, please call the tip line: 1-844-487-0492, or contact local law enforcement.   In episode 14, Jill talks with Emily Russell, Executive Director of the Human Trafficking Task Force for the Attorney General in Missouri.  Emily shares how she got into this … More 14. The Crime of Human Trafficking, with Emily Russell

13. Policing in a Small Town with Sergeant Logan

In episode 13 of Small Town Big Stories, we hear from Sergeant Danny Logan of the Higginsville Police Department in Higginsville, Missouri.  In honor of Police Week (May 12-18, 2019), Jill asks Sgt. Logan about his work on the police force, as well as his own personal story.  In her intro, Jill discusses why we … More 13. Policing in a Small Town with Sergeant Logan

8. Adoption, Connection and the Good News Network

In episode 8 of Small Town Big Stories we hear from Erin Wides, a features writer for the school newspaper at the University of Central Missouri.  Wides shares her story of being adopted as a baby from a Russian orphanage, growing up in the Jewish faith and her aspirations to tell “good news” stories after … More 8. Adoption, Connection and the Good News Network

7. Life is Richest at the Intersections

In episode 7 of Small Town Big Stories we hear from John Hess, a retired Biology Professor, Ornithologist, Herpetologist, Photographer, Humanist, Writer and Explorer of the great outdoors.  He and his wife, Gina, have travelled to the Galapagos Islands, as well as many interesting locations throughout the US that are home to wild and wonderful … More 7. Life is Richest at the Intersections